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Easy Fixes For Everyday Things

by Editors at Reader's Digest Reader's Digest (October 14, 2014)

Maybe your smartphone fell in water or you spilled coffee on your computer keyboard. Perhaps your iron won't produce steam or your refrigerator is making an odd noise. It could be that your watch face has been...


The Insult Dictionary

by Julie Tibbott Reader's Digest (April 18, 2013)

Do you long for the days when a jerk was a “cad”? Want to tell that “swillbelly” to clean up his table manners and that grumbling “glump” to stop whining? Would you like a way of saying simpleton...


Don't Screw It Up!

by Laura Lee Reader's Digest (March 07, 2013)

Do you know how to tie your shoe? Or do you just think you do but you’ve actually been screwing it up for decades like most people have?

This witty, light book takes a fresh spin on all the mistakes we make...


Homemade

by Editors of Reader's Digest Reader's Digest (February 14, 2008)

For the first time in one book, here are low-cost, all-natural replacement recipes for 713 name-brand products that you buy week in and week out at the supermarket, pharmacy, or discount store. Save a fortune...


Quotable Quotes

by Editors of Reader's Digest Reader's Digest (March 31, 1997)

A collection of words of wisdom, wry witticisms, provocative opinions, and inspiring reflections-from Benjamin Franklin to Colin Powell, Abraham Lincoln to Mother Teresa, Margaret Mead to Garrison Keillor. From...


Extraordinary Uses for Ordinary Things

by Editors of Reader's Digest Reader's Digest (March 22, 2007)

When you have a problem, don’t run to the store and waste good money, just open your pantry door—and EXTRAORDINARY USES FOR ORDINARY THINGS. You’d be amazed at what you can do with baby oil, bleach, duct...


In the Loop & Up to Speed

by Caroline Taggart Reader's Digest (October 11, 2012)

The bottom line is this: The workplace is a minefield of business jargon that people exchange on a daily basis, and it can all start to sound like everyone around you is speaking another language. So if you...


13 Things They Won't Tell You

by Editors of Reader's Digest Reader's Digest (September 13, 2012)

Every month, Reader’s Digest asks selected experts from a different profession to spill their secrets. Readers walk a mile in their shoes and see things that are enlightening, horrifying, and give them a whole...


Family Handyman Trade Secrets

by Editors of Reader's Digest Reader's Digest (June 14, 2012)

We all have household projects that we keep putting off because we don’t quite know how to go about doing them or we simply don’t have the time. Now, Trade Secrets can help you shorten your to-do list by...


I Used to Know That: World History

by Emma Marriott Reader's Digest (April 12, 2012)

It can be difficult to keep different historical events and figures straight in your head, which is why I Used to Know That: World History presents major episodes in history with short, easily understood sections....


How to Do Just About Anything

by Editors of Reader's Digest Reader's Digest (May 10, 2012)

Wouldn't it be nice to have a single volume that tells you how to, say, learn the basics of calligraphy, develop an aerobic exercise routine, and increase your computer memory? How to Do Just about Anything...


How to Be Safe

by Lipman, Ira A. Reader's Digest (November 22, 2011)

How to Be Safe is the most comprehensive safety and security manual on the market, encouraging individuals to take a positive, preventive approach to their own safety.

 

This well-researched reference, written...


Opening Pandora's Box

by Ferdie Addis Reader's Digest (October 13, 2011)

Are you known to strike like a thunderbolt when things don't go your way?

Are you fortunate enough to have the Midas touch?

Have you ever been struck by Cupid's arrow?

Classically derived expressions are commonly...


I Used to Know That: Civil War

by Fred DuBose Reader's Digest (April 14, 2011)

As the 150th anniversary of the Civil War approaches, the fascination with all things Civil War continues ever more strongly. With I Used to Know That: Civil War, snippets of history class will come rushing...


Under the Covers and between the Sheets

by C. Alan Joyce Reader's Digest (October 19, 2010)

Bibliophiles, grab your glasses! Here is a compendium of interesting--and often scandalous--facts and quips about the literary world. Featuring authors and tomes of yesteryear and yesterday, from Tolkien's Middle-...


The Classics

by Caroline Taggart Reader's Digest (October 19, 2010)

It's no myth: this lively refresher course fills in all you need to know about ancient studies-from Zeus's throne to the fall of Rome-in pithy little quips. It covers the impressive advances made by Greek and...


Oh, Say Did You Know?

by Fred DuBose Reader's Digest (October 19, 2010)

With wit and charm, Oh Say Did You Know serves up 300 intriguing events and ideas that helped shape the United States. Gain valuable insight into the intricacies of every period of American history, from colonial...


Living Large in Our Little House

by Kerri Fivecoat-Campbell Reader's Digest (June 07, 2016)

Traditionally, the American Dream has included owning a house, and until recently that meant the bigger the better. McMansions have flourished in suburbs across the country, and as houses got bigger we filled...


The Survival Doctor's Complete Handbook

by James Hubbard, Md Reader's Digest (May 17, 2016)

It's the worst snowstorm you can remember. The ice-covered streets are abandoned. You hear a boom in the distance, and your computer screen goes blank. Darkness. A crash and another bang from inside the house....


How to Do (Just About) Anything on the Internet

by Editors of Reader's Digest Reader's Digest (October 13, 2015)

Google, Twitter, Skype--are these and other technological terms a foreign language to you? If so, it's time to learn the vocabulary and find out how the internet can make your life easier, better--and a lot...


Reader's Digest Quintessential Guide to Saving Money

by Editors of Reader's Digest Reader's Digest (October 06, 2015)

Save on everything from groceries to plane tickets.

The Reader’s Digest Quintessential Guides do what the Reader’s Digest does better than anyone: the best advice, straight to the point. Saving Money collects...


Reader's Digest Quintessential Guide to Handling Emergencies

by Editors of Reader's Digest Reader's Digest (October 06, 2015)

Keep your family safe. Prepare the best you can, and handle the accidents that do arise

The Reader’s Digest Quintessential Guides do what the Reader’s Digest does better than anyone: the best advice, straight...


99 Cent Solutions

by Editors at Reader's Digest Reader's Digest (June 02, 2015)

Save a fortune with over 1,300 easy solutions to hundreds of common household problems.

You don’t have to be rich to live well; now you can outfox the high cost of living the old-fashioned five-and-dime way....


Keep This Toss That

by Editors at Reader's Digest Reader's Digest (March 03, 2015)

Are you afraid to open your kitchen cabinet because you know food storage containers are going to come pouring out like an erupting volcano? Do you spend hours searching for the email you need? Will you regret...